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FASHIONVILLE | February 28

Trending on Milan Runways: Leg Bombing Soldiers Get Catty

Milano bared its wild side, and also the desire to restrain such urges. With leg bombing slits and curvature illusions sauntering about, it got a bit catty. Then strength in numbers and uniform brought it down to a demure, modest place. These five trends from Milan Fashion Week are fighting to be worn in harmony. 

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Look of the Day: Mardi Gras Marvelous

There’s not many phrases we hate more than “Fat Tuesday,” but we will jump on the Mardi Gras train. Beads, boobs, booze and gumbo come to mind when thinking about the great southern carnival, and we can never resist a good party. Get back to work tomorrow flaunting your greatest green, gold and purple pride, as seen in our Look of the Day.

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Putting the Lady Back in First Lady

To celebrate the release of his book,  Power Dressing: First Ladies, Women Politicians & Fashion, author Robb Young asked a few of fashion’s best and fiercest — including Simon Doonan and Nicola Formichetti — to style some of the most powerful women in the world with the help of illustrator Charlotte Hoyle. The result finds nary a pantsuit or a sweaterset in sight.

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Christopher Kane Wins the 2011 BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund Award

The young, bright designer Christopher Kane was announced the 2011 winner of the BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund Award by British Vogue‘s editor Alexandra Shulman and the British Fashion Council. Kane is receiving a little more than $300,000 to further his already successful business. He defeated very stiff competition including designers Richard Nicoll, Charlotte Olympia, Nicholas Kirkwood, Jonathan Saunders, Peter Pilotto, E. Tautz and Osman Yousefzada.

Christopher Kane Wins the 2011 BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund Award

Credit: Fashion Lover

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